Born on January 16, 1979.
Died at the age of 22 on August 25, 2001.
Cause of Death: Plane crash.
Aaliyah was a part of the Generation X demographic cohort.
Aaliyah did not belong to the Millennial generation. The Millennial generation started in 1980, which was one year after she was born (1979).
This means that she was actually a member of Gen-X. Or the "MTV generation", as it is sometimes called.
Her real name was Aaliyah Haughton.
She was an R&B singer who released popular songs such as "Try Again" and "Back & Forth". She also starred in the film Romeo Must Die (2000).
Her nickname / alias was: "Baby Girl"
Aaliyah was around 5 ft 7 inches tall. In centimetres, her height was 171 cm.
Statistically speaking, this means that she was slightly taller than the average American female. However, she was not tall by conventional standards.
See also: Celebrities who are 5 ft 7 inches.
If she was still alive today, she would be 44 years old.
That means that she'd be roughly the same age as the following people:
She died 21 years, 6 months and 26 days ago.
She was born on a Tuesday.
She died on a Saturday.
She died in August, 2001, which was over 21 years ago. Two decades have passed since her death.
To put that into perspective.
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Star Sign: Taurus
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White House press secretary.
Born on April 18th, 1988
Height: 1.70m / 5 ft 7 inches
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